STUDY ON LIFE CYCLE COST ANALYSIS FOR ROADS

IMTIYAZ ANSARI, P C DIWAN

Abstract


ABSTRACT:

 

Life cycle cost analysis of existing road is ending up progressively huge to decide the correct time of support and the best possible move, which ought to be taken for upkeep. A proficient support arrangement is basic for a cost-viable, agreeable and safe transportation framework. Yet, the choice to keep up the road offices, consider various potential ways from routine upkeep activity to remaking of the road arrange. In addition, a monetary analysis of a road system is needy upon various variables, which are answerable for choosing road functionality level. Enhancement model is an expository model, which makes a cost advantage analysis and contrast that with different potential options with give out the most ideal movement inside the apportioned spending plan, before being completed in field work.

In the present investigation, the point was to build up a general enhancement model to give the most cost-viable action. The decision of support activity is partitioned in four gatherings from no activity to restoration. Different components like traffic development, natural conditions are considered, alongside the International Roughness Index (IRI). „C‟ language program is utilized to plan the model.


Keywords


IRI, OPTIMIZATION MODEL, COMPUTER LANGUAGE PROGRAM, LIFE CYCLE COST ANALYSIS, MAINTENANCE, REHABILITATION.

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